The administration's aspiring scheme to set up a 7,500 mw (super watt) solar based power venture at expected speculation of Rs 45,000 crore in Jammu and Kashmir's Ladakh district has whetted the craving of exactly 50 top line agencies, even as excise duty rose as the key concern.
Probable financial capitalist, including prime producers, raised a large group of issues with the head hierarch of Solar Energy Corporation India (SECI), the executing organization under the sustainable power source service, at a pre-offered conference on Monday. These extended from the common difficulties to the offer structure.
But, the glaring issue at hand was unquestionably the security circumstance in the state.
"At present, the Government is focused on this task. It is a very tipping point. The areas being offered are the most secure places," Praveen Kumar, additional secretary in the ministry, said because of inquiries from a couple of planned financial investors.
He got a bounce back from Leh board deputy administrator Gyal P Wangyal and Kargil official councilor Punchok Tashi. Both guaranteed the safety and also added that their District and locale were unharmed and untouched by any shot of terrorism act.
They also guaranteed about the accessibility of land, a key issue slowing down solar based tasks crosswise over states. From this, it clarifies the energy for the Ladakh project.
Nature's test was the next major issue following up - from long and brassy winter constraining work window to spans that may be reinforced for pulling bulky and heavy hardwares. For Alok Nigam, head of business development at Sterlite Power, all these have a bearing on project expenses and tariffs. Others looked for sponsorship or practicality and other variability subsidizing to keep tariff low. Kumar remained hesitant, saying the administration "will cross the extension when it comes". SECI is presently thinking about stretching out the offer to June and making changes to address different concerns.
The task is proposed to be set up at two areas. Hanle-Khaldo zone in Nyoma block of Leh district will house a 5,000 mw unit, while Kargil region will get a 2,500 mw unit at Suru in Zanskar.
Power from the Leh venture is to stream to Kaithal in Haryana, for which another 900-km line will be laid for the most part along the Leh-Manali road. After this, it seems like that it’s a high time that many other states as well districts should also start implementing solar panels for the generation of power which could be beneficial for both the nature and life system of the people.